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On 01/26/2013 12:00 PM, Helen wrote:
In a spreadsheet, is there a way to lock two rows together, so that when the
spreadsheet is shuffled or otherwise modified, the two locked rows will stay

Helen   using Linux, open suse 12.1

For example you have to rows, say 15 and 16, and if you move row 15 row 16 is moved to the new location keeping the relative its relative position?

I do not remember seeing this in any spreadsheet. With adjacent rows and columns it is fairly easy to highlight the rows and columns to move them.

Jay Lozier

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